Biliana K http://www.bilianak.com makes unique digital assets in a format of Quantified Data as Art in tangible and virtual objects.
She uses data to quantify the human experience as digital gold (an unique asset as Art) that is non duplicable, non replicable data set as Quantified Data: Data as private property. Not for analysis and decision making services. She wants to establish an ownership of Data as Art.
The Data Behind the Art
Your Data, genuine and authentic to each person, will be transformed into pure Art Work, where desire and necessity to transcend reality, inhabit this virtual and physical artefact of Quantified Data. So you can leave with it, so it can last forever and remains relevant for the future people that will leave around it.
NON REPLICABLE APPROACH
Combining COMPUTING and MEMORY, Biliana K. creates and unique Art Work from the personal Data of each individual and the memory that it encapsulates at each individual moment in time.
Each Art Work is containing different aspects of what makes as humans, emotions, thoughts, desires. The personal data contains all these different aspects of human existence and experience, being captured at any given time.
The Art Work is the fusion of the Physical Self (Body, environment parameters) Digital Self (Data parameters) and Human Self (emotional parameters).
Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019
Dino-Lite http://dinolite.us digital microscope are the original handheld digital microscopes. The main model shown in this video is the AM73915MZT which has a magnification range of 1-230x, automatic magnification reading for easy measurement taking, and EDOF (extended depth of field) one click focus stacking.
Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019
DuPont Intexar smart clothing, healthpatch prototype, Kapton conductive and dielectric inks and more
DuPont showcases a wide portfolio of materials for Printed Electronics at the IDTechEx show in Santa Clara. Highlights are its Intexar smart clothing technology including new healthpatch prototypes for wireless patient monitoring, the latest generation in-mold electronics material set and Kapton conductive and dielectric inks for high temperature performance.
Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019
Holst Centre is a R&D institute from the Netherlands focusing on printed and flexible electronics For this years IDTechEx we decided to focus on our activities for automotive. Next to integrating electronics in polycarbonate substrates (in mold structural electronics), we are also integrating electronics into glass First the circuits are printed on PET or PVB, then components are placed such as LED’s or chips before laminating the printed electronics into glass The challenge is processing on substrates with very low glass-transition temperature and lamination of relatively thick components without any distortions. The demonstrator we show here uses a transparent capacitive touch button to switch on the LED’s. This enables functional glass which can be used as user interface in public transport, in architectural applications and road user communication for cars Starting with printing electronics in 2D, we now also print in 3D. The machine we have partially developed in-house uses the principle of stereolithography, where a curable photopolymer is hardened layer-by-layer by applying UV light. Using modular illumination, the system can rapidly print large designs. Within the system we are able to place components such as near field chips and dispense lines. This enables small series production: from digital design and raw materials to a 3D electronics structure. The main benefits are being able to optimize the volume dimensions and the fact that the result is rugged. We work with this technology for applications in chip packaging, automotive and defense but we are also looking for other applications Large arrays of elastomer based pressure sensors on flexible substrates such as TPU enables unobtrusive monitoring of posture when laminated into chairs, beds, wheelchairs etc. These pressure sensors consist of a piezo resistive material with a suspended conductive membrane. When pressure is applied, a resistance is measured. The printing technology enables low cost sensing capability over a large area. The example demonstrated is a large pressure sensitive mat, but we also offer fully printed piezo-electric sensors to measure motion and temperature sensors. By integrating many different sensing modalities and measuring at many locations, a lot of data is available to optimize the signal for a specific application, such as a driver drowsiness monitor. Next to these examples Holst Centre works on flexible displays, smart clothing and many other exciting applications of printed electronics. We are happy to see at this IDTechEx event that Faurecia announces volume production of so called plastronics. For the success of the printed electronics industry it is important that all parties in the value chain collaborate to bring even more products to market using printed electronics technology. As Holst we are always looking for new partners to take on this challenge together.
Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019
SunRay Scientific is a US-based provider of novel interconnect solutions for the microelectronics industry. SunRay has a successful history of developing advanced conductive silver inks, epoxies, encapsulants as well as unique Anisotropic Conductive Epoxies called ZTACH® ACE. Primary benefits of ZTACH® ACE include superior
adhesion to flexible and rigid substrates, low-temperature cure (70º C), multi-component
attach, thermal dissipation, no pressure required and fine pitch capability. SunRay
Scientific has a proven track record in providing interconnect solutions for difficult
applications such as flexible hybrid electronics, flip-chip attach, 3D stacking, printed
electronics and fine pitch microelectronics. By partnering with SunRay Scientific, you
will gain access to a team of experts, sophisticated assembly and manufacturing as well
as customized solutions to address your challenging and complex interconnect needs.
ORELTECH https://www.oreltech.com/ is a trailblazer in the field of advanced metallization techniques presenting its transparent conductive coatings which are a crucial element their mission is to introduce their technology into four major industries, displays, touch screens, OLEDs and solar cells Using a breakthrough process it’s now possible to deposit functional metal layers onto almost any surface including paper, fabric and plastics Using their unique process, they’ve developed an alternative to existing transparent conductive coatings their transparent electrodes provide better functionality at a fraction of the cost their patented surface coating technology can be utilized across a range of industries, including printed electronics, chemical manufacturing and aerospace/automotive.
HySPRINT at IDTechEx Show! Printed Electronics Europe 2019 moving towards broader market. Helmholtz Innovation Lab HySPRINT presented its newest R&D in the field of printing technologies at “IDTechEx Show! Printed Electronics Europe Conference” in Berlin.
“IDTechEx Show! Printed Electronics Europe” is one of the biggest events on printing and hybrid electronics with more than 2500 visitors from all over world. The key goals of this yearly event is to identify and forward the novel technologies, and enable an easy matchmaking between the players in the field.
HySPRINT was one of the very few research institutions to present at the conference. Dr. Paul Harten from HySPRINT spoke about our latest activities in the development of perovskite and silicon-based structures deposited on glass substrates to a large audience of professionals.
The event was combined with an expo that gathered more than 200 exhibitors working on topics of structural electronics, displays, electric vehicles, ink-jet printing. Visitors could communicate with experts from HySPRINT and our industrial partner “Inuru” manufacturing OLEDs. The booth gained a lot of attention from industrial companies and further meetings are already planned to discuss the cooperation opportunities. The interest was moslty focused on our perovskite-based devices, solar cells and dielectric layers. Dr. Rahim Munir working on scalable perovskite solar cells at HySPRINT says: “Guests of the booth, especially from industry, were impressed by our lab facilities. We have agreed on several lab visits and possible tests of their products.” Scaling, ink-jet printing technology and development of non-toxic metal and semiconducting inks gained a special interest in the frame of the recently founded joint lab with Humboldt Universität – “Generative Production Processes for Hybrid Components Lab” - “GenFab”.
Exhibiting at conferences and trade fairs, we get a great opportunity to meet and directly communicate with potential industrial partners in one place.
HySPRINT is eager to develop the innovative ideas and provide the R&D solutions together with our new partners. In order to enable innovations we offer our partners an excellent lab infrastructure equipped with high-end process technologies, access to all relevant characterization techniques and a highly competent and motivated team of scientists and technicians and more.
RadiSurf’s Adhesion Technology
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We create nanometer-thin surface coatings on metals so they can be secured with plastics & other dissimilar materials through sub100 nm long polymer brushes. The adhesion interface is almost invisible but the material joint is very robust.
Chemically clean & environmentally friendly, our extremely strong yet seamless bonding can withstand even extreme.
The process of Quantification of Data, created by Biliana K. is an Unique Artistic Concept, that transforms any ordinary Data Input, into new state of the matter, as Digital Mass, by introducing the Digital Mass Particles, that literally attributes Mass and Energy to Data. BILIANA K. introducing the process of Data Quantification as unique Artistic concept, at IDTechExShow, Berlin 2019, the core of powerful new Technology that transforms #Your_Data_As_Art_Work. For the first time an Artistic Concept generates a pure technological artifact with unique technical characteristics and parameters as Mass, Digital Mass Particles, Object, Energy, combined with unique poetical and Human Dimensions, as the Constant A, The Artist, that generates the uniqueness of the process of Data Quantification and the impossibility to be replicated and reproduced. The process of Data Quantification and the resulted unique Art Work, aims at delivering to people an unique personal product, with which you can develop affinity and ultimately fall in LOVE. Powerful Artistic concept that gives birth to a new potent technology, in order to generate a technological artefact with pure poetic dimension. Nothing is accidental.
Your Data As Art Work is the mission of BILIANA K. Your Data, genuine and authentic to each person, will be transformed into pure Art Work, where desire and necessity to transcend reality, inhabit this virtual and physical artefact of Quantified Data. So you can leave with it, so it can last forever and remains relevant for the future people that will leave around it. NON REPLICABLE APPROACH Combining COMPUTING and MEMORY, Biliana K. creates and unique ArtWork from the personal Data of each individual and the memory that it encapsulates at each individual moment in time. Each Art Work is containing different aspects of what makes as humans, emotions, thoughts, desires. The personal data contains all these different aspects of human existence and experience, being captured at any given time. With humans, perhaps what’s uniqueness we have is self-awareness, we are able to reflect on our own awareness. By the actual fact of commissioning an Art Work from Biliana K, and entrusting me with your Data, you exercise the ultimate human act of self awareness, ultimately empowering and exercising the ultimate human experience of transcending your own reality, independently of where you are, who you are, old or young, reach or pure, educated or not, gender, race. The Art Work is the fusion of the Physical Self (Body, environment parameters) Digital Self (Data parameters) and Human Self (emotional parameters) Technology had always had to serve a practical purpose. As far as Art was part of it, it was and it is, in a terms of design, functionality and purposes. Art however, is making sense exactly because it has no practical purpose. Deconstructing and taking out of context reality it where the magic of transcendence of reality takes place. Because of the ultimate peculiar nature of Data, as almost immaterial Substance, it actually caries within the possibilities of fundamentally different perspective and reading of reality. From Art point of you it is the perfect entity to use if you want to make absurdly unique objects/ArtWork
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Cluster Imaging makes all images better with superior depth map processing. Depth maps are a next-generation foundation technology enabling accurate image element isolation and visual space identification. Depth information will enable new frontiers in automotive and industrial markets.
Autonomous driving systems have to date relied on LIDAR- and RADARbased depth sensing. These technologies suffer from limited resolution, no integrated colour sensing, high costs, bulky specially-sourced hardware, and poor performance in rain.
Cluster Imaging’s depth camera modules produce full-colour video plus an embedded high-resolution depth map suitable for accurate image recognition. The modules are manufactured using standard, low-cost image sensors. They can be used standalone or as a complement to LIDAR/RADAR.
Learn more about Cluster Imaging: http://clusterimage.com/